New technology being developed at the Tandon School of Engineering at New York University is designed to help stroke victims more quickly regain lost motor skills compared with conventional therapies.
The technology, projected to cost $1,000 for each unit, can be placed in patient homes, negating the need for frequent trips to a hospital or clinic for rehabilitation.
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